Sea to Sky Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to answer all the questions on the quiz she was given - which she duly completed. More beautiful scenery and amazing trees at over 1300 years old.
Returning to town and a quick lunch, the girls jumped into the pool which sits on the Vancouver Harbour. The bikes yesterday were a hit with Sarah and Emma and the pool nearly eclipsed it.
A fun day but much less stressful and an early night for all.
The Berry Family.
... Mugsy pete. Time to shop now. It wasn't the best Walmart and prices were not as great as the US stores but we cheapened it as much as possible, next stop was Canadian tire ( kind of a cross between bunnings, BCF and super cheap...) few things missing from the list so after quick grocery shop so we head to the one and only...IKEA. Now we have a stocked up car, two very exhausted ( financially scarred) shoppers and no plans for here on in. We use the car park at ikea to unpack and get rid ...
... artefacts and music playing - felt like we were in a scene from Hogans Heroes but it tasted good - all part of our bike, beer and binge tour :)
Just turned up to the airport to find our flight delayed by 1 1/2 hours so not leaving till 1.15am Canadian time now. Sweet talked the check in ladies with overweight bike bag (28kgs) , but then got hit with an extra $50 bike box handling fee - 1 all I think.
So now the wait begins so I will ...
A beautiful morning in a beautiful city. Threw open the curtains this morning to a bright sunny day, and a Chevy pickup parked outside our window. We aren't in Africa, Toto, and a car park full of grunt is very evocative of being in North America.
Went for an early morning stroll in the quiet before the weekend crush descended upon Chinatown, one block away, and found a Starbucks on our meander. A lazy, warm, ...
... day as it is at the end of a large inlet from the Pacific. A hundred years ago you had to get a boat to Squamish then a trail up the valley onward. The road was finally put in and paved in 1965 as the ski resort started to take shape.
We arrived in Squamish, sometimes called Swampit due to the humidity, and headed straight for Walmart. We were ...